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You can become a Pediatrician if you major in Pre-Med correct?

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TONYA’s Answer

Yes. You can become a pediatrician with any major. Admissions committees care more about your GPA than your major. Here's a great Princeton Review article on the subject:

https://www.princetonreview.com/med-school-advice/best-pre-med-majors

My classmates ranged from biology and chemistry to dance majors.

TONYA recommends the following next steps:

Find the classes that give you the most joy and major in that area.
Make sure you take all the medical school prerequisites by the middle of junior year of college.
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Brittany’s Answer

Yes! You can most definitely become a Pediatrician with Pre-Med. Medical schools look at students graduating with all different majors - just make sure you have the pre-req classes (your pre-med classes).
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